Classic Prong Ring

By Pat Capo

My Tools

Listing ID: # 34514;
3 Tips
2 Questions

With this tutorial you will learn how to make a Prong Ring setting for a faceted stone. This is a beautiful ring, when done correctly you will be amazed at how strong the Prongs will hold your stone in the setting. I have guided you through all the steps in detail that will accomplish this. I have also given you options for different wire gauges, stone sizes and shapes. There is also detailed information on how to choose your faceted stone. I have included Metric measurements as well as inches.
Credits: The credit for this design belongs to Tom Phelan. Many throughout the years have used this design and it was never known where it originated. Information has surfaced that is was Tom Phelan who designed this Prong Ring. Thank You Tom for this beautiful design and all the pleasure that has been derived from it.

Price: $10.00
AttachmentSizeHitsLast download
Prong Ring JL Terms 9-10 PDF.pdf4.28 MB0Not yet downloaded

This Tutorial, Copyrights & You..... Read more

Number of steps: 72
File size: 4385.07 KB
Page count: 39
Categories Wirework Rings


Have you downloaded this tutorial? Please give your opinion:

Do you like the design of this project?
10 votes
Does the piece seem technically well constructed?
9 votes
Does this price seem to be fair?
5 votes
Are these images good and clear?
9 votes
Is the lesson well written and easy to understand?
9 votes
Overall, would you recommend this to a friend?
9 votes

Tutorial Reviews

Click here to ask for a review by members.

0 requests for review

Read & Write reviews

Tutorial Questions

  1. Question about stone size for Classic Prong ringby rachelle1224Posted on - Tue, 07/26/2011 - 13:21
  2. need help adjusting the size of wire & stone sizeby KimidalskiPosted on - Sat, 08/11/2012 - 15:58

Ask a Question about this Tutorial

Tutorial Tips

  1. Thank You For Looking:by Pat CapoPosted on - Sun, 01/10/2010 - 00:52
  2. Where to Purchase Stonesby Pat CapoPosted on - Thu, 12/31/2009 - 07:11
  3. Using a Cabochon Stoneby Pat CapoPosted on - Tue, 10/06/2009 - 21:22

Post a Tip about this Tutorial